Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

TESTING + REPAIRS

We offer the following solutions for troubleshooting:

TESTING

We offer the following solutions for troubleshooting:

New Cable TeSTS

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Whether installing new cable or troubleshooting existing cable, ethernet network cable testing plays an important role in the process. Common network tests for datacom cabling include: length, wiremap, attenuation, NEXT, DC loop resistance, and return loss.


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NEW CABLE TESTS

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Whether installing new cable or troubleshooting existing cable, ethernet network cable testing plays an important role in the process. Common network tests for datacom cabling include: length, wiremap, attenuation, NEXT, DC loop resistance, and return loss.



EXISTING NETWORKS

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Network cable testing provides a level of assurance that the installed cabling links provide the necessary transmission capability to support the data communication desired by the users.


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EXISTING NETWORKS

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Network cable testing provides a level of assurance that the installed cabling links provide the necessary transmission capability to support the data communication desired by the users.



certify + upgrade

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As networks evolve, so do the requirements of the cabling infrastructure to support them. New network cabling standards provide guidelines for cabling professionals when installing, testing, troubleshooting, and certifying either copper or fiber cable network.

Specific requirements govern the use of 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX or 1000BASE-T to avoid potential pitfalls in implementing these technologies. With 10GBASE-T, it becomes even more critical to keep current with the latest proliferations in ethernet cabling and network cable testing.


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CERTIFY + UPGRADE
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As networks evolve, so do the requirements of the cabling infrastructure to support them. New network cabling standards provide guidelines for cabling professionals when installing, testing, troubleshooting, and certifying either copper or fiber cable network.

Specific requirements govern the use of 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX or 1000BASE-T to avoid potential pitfalls in implementing these technologies. With 10GBASE-T, it becomes even more critical to keep current with the latest proliferations in ethernet cabling and network cable testing.